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pro·ba·tion·er

 (prō-bā′shə-nər)
n.
A person on probation.
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probationer

(prəˈbeɪʃənə)
n
a person on probation
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pro•ba•tion•er

(proʊˈbeɪ ʃə nər)

n.
a person undergoing probation.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.probationer - a nurse in training who is undergoing a trial periodprobationer - a nurse in training who is undergoing a trial period
nurse - one skilled in caring for young children or the sick (usually under the supervision of a physician)
2.probationer - someone released on probation or on parole
criminal, crook, felon, malefactor, outlaw - someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime
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probationer

noun trainee, novice, beginner, apprentice, rookie (informal), learner, new recruit, neophyte, tyro, greenhorn (informal) I was a young policeman - a probationer with a training officer.
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Translations

probationer

[prəˈbeɪʃnəʳ] N (Jur) → persona f en libertad condicional (Med) → aprendiz mf de ATS (Sp), aprendiz mf de enfermero/a (Rel) → novicio/a m/f
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probationer

[prəˈbeɪʃər]
n (= trainee) → stagiaire m/f
modif [teacher, constable, nurse] → stagiaireprobation officer ncontrôleur/euse m/f judiciaireprobation order nordonnance f de probationprobation service n
the probation service → le comité de probation
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probationer

n (Jur) → auf Bewährung Freigelassene(r) mf; (Med) → Lernschwester f; (Rel) → Novize m, → Novizin f
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probationer

[prəˈbeɪʃnəʳ] n (Law) → persona sottoposta a libertà vigilata; (in employment) → persona in prova; (novice) → novizio/a
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References in classic literature ?
The animal is the novice and probationer of a more advanced order.
Welcome, too, is the fact the council has 134 probationer teachers starting this term, the largest intake for a number of years.
A probationer is sentenced to a term of probation, say five years.
The majority held that if, as in this case, a probationer is being held on other charges in another jurisdiction, it's still the court's burden not the defendant's to ensure a timely hearing before revocation.
According to police rules, every probationer police officer has to complete one-year training course at Police College Sihala.
Attorneys for a former DuPage County probation officer accused of carrying on a sexual relationship with a probationer say they anticipate accepting a plea offer from prosecutors next month.
Offenders are expected to benefit more from supervision in the community than incarceration, as they avoid the stigmatizing labels of being imprisoned whilst benefiting from the conditions attached to the supervision, which are means to influence the probationer's behavior to avoid future offending.
The boy's choir is made up of 18 choristers and three probationers. If a boy is successful at audition, he begins as a probationer.
A total of 207 people completed their probationer year in primary and secondary schools and will start work in classrooms across the area this August.
The CM was addressing passing out parade of 3rd batch of probationer sub-inspectors held at Police College Sihala on Tuesday.
Once the probationer accumulates enough violations to forfeit probation, the probationer usually is sent to serve the original prescribed prison sentence.
The exacerbatory aspect of the law relating to probation of civil servants in Pakistan is that it potently armors the employer to control a new entrant into the arena of civil service and leaves little room for the probationer to galvanize his fragile position.